Show #8226 - Monday, June 1, 2020

2020 Teachers Tournament semifinal game 1.

Contestants

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Katie Labarge, a high school science teacher from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Will Satterwhite, an 8th through 12th grade band & choir teacher from Vinton, Virginia

Jong Ho Kim, a high school math teacher from Lombard, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

KINDER GARDEN
GENERATIONS OF LITTLE WOMEN
CONSTELLATIONS
HOMOPHONIC PAIRS
CHECK YOUR CALENDAR
IN THE YEAR 2000
    $200 19
The chocolate is an appropriately tanned version of this flower that will make your garden shine
    $200 2
The 2019 film of "Little Women" replicated Orchard House, where this author wrote & set the novel
    $200 30
The Whirlpool Galaxy is in Canes Venatici, "the hunting" these
    $200 9
A story about a beastly appendage
    $200 10
Colorful nickname for November 27, 2020, knowing that Thanksgiving is November 26
    $200 24
Defeating Rick Lazio, Hillary Clinton was elected to the U.S. Senate to represent this state
    $400 20
"Z" is for this zesty flower that's hardy and stands up well to drought
    $400 16
As this March sister in the 1949 version of "Little Women", Elizabeth Taylor marries Laurie, played by Peter Lawford
    $400 1
In the 18th century a big constellation named for this ship in which Jason & his "nauts" sailed was broken up into smaller ones
    $400 6
To wander through the land of the Caesars
    $400 11
You are this sign of the zodiac if your birthday falls between December 22 & January 19
    $400 25
Following the death of Charles Schulz, the final original strip of this comic was published in February
    $600 21
This flower with a precious metal in its name is sure to bring joy to all who behold one
    $600 17
In 1994, this actress made her feature film debut as Beth
    $600 3
The star Arcturus is in Boötes , but its name is Greek for "bear guard"; it's right on the tail of this other constellation
    $600 8
The right moment for a pungent herb of the mint family
    $600 12
Bastille Day, Parents' Day & Nelson Mandela Day are all observed during this month
    $600 26
A rise in this fatal bovine ailment sparked alarm in several European countries
    $800 22
As the name implies, these flowers are so happy to propagate that their seeds burst out with great alacrity
    $800 18
Before George Cukor directed her in "Adam's Rib" & "The Philadelphia Story", he cast this actress as Jo for the 1933 film adaptation
    DD: $1,000 4
Lepus, "the hare", is the quarry of this nearby constellation
    $800 7
The 60 minutes that belong to you & me
    $800 13
Place your bets--this sporting event established in 1875 takes place the first Saturday in May
    $800 27
The 2000 Summer Olympics were held in this city with Governor-General Sir William Deane opening the games
    $1000 23
Yes, Iggy, this rhododendron variety is the pride of the South
    $1000 29
The 2019 film of "Little Women" was written & directed by this woman
    $1000 5
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents by a display monitor.) Appearing overhead in northern summer months, the Summer Triangle is formed by the brightest stars of Aquila the eagle, Lyra the harp and this swan-shaped constellation
    $1000 15
A scratchy & hard-to-wear elaborate starched collar
    $1000 14
Commemorating an event from 1777, June 14 is this holiday
    $1000 28
After 136 years underwater, this Confederate submarine was raised intact to the surface in August

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Jong Ho Will Katie
$1,400 $2,600 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jong Ho Will Katie
$2,000 $4,600 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GOVERNMENT
THE A.V. CLUB
POP MUSIC
A CONTAINER FULL OF WORDS
19th CENTURY ENGLISH LITERATURE
NATIONS' SECOND-LARGEST CITIES
    $400 24
The prosecutors in a Senate impeachment trial are called the "House" these
    $400 30
As a child in 1450s Florence, he probably didn't expect to have 2 continents named for him
    $400 28
The hive was buzzing in 2019 when she released her live album "Homecoming"
    $400 26
A woven container, or the structure under a hot air balloon for the crew & equipment
    $400 27
Lewis Carroll mirrored the success of his "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" with this 1872 sequel
    $400 29
Put a stopper in this second city of Ireland, found on an island in the River Lee
    $800 15
The person in this job, currently Gretchen Whitmer, has an official summer residence overlooking the Straits of Mackinac
    $800 5
Andreas Vesalius' 1543 "De humani corporis fabrica libri septem" pioneered this study of human body structures
    $800 9
It wasn't so long ago that this singer's "Gangnam Style" was everywhere
    $800 25
A handbag; it can also refer to the prize money in a boxing match
    $800 18
The painting seen here, depicts a scene from this Charles Dickens novel
    $800 1
Italy's financial capital, this second city of the nation is also the center of its fashion & publishing industries
    $1200 16
Lucile Lomen, daughter of a reindeer meat salesman, was the first female one of these, helping Justice Douglas
    DD: $3,800 6
Almost 500 concerti from this Venetian survive today
    $1200 10
This French pop duo were right at home in their "Tron: Legacy" cameos--lots of people were wearing futuristic headgear
    $1200 14
Wearable term for the box from which cards are dealt for blackjack in a casino
    $1200 19
"Agnes Grey" is a novel by this lesser-known sister
    $1200 2
Its second city of Pusan is located at the southeast tip of this nation's peninsula
    DD: $5,630 17
One task of this government commission opened in 1915 is to protect consumers from con games
    $1600 7
Last name of Alessandro, for whom a unit of electricity is named
    $1600 11
This "Use Somebody" group sounds like a long line of Spanish royalty, but it actually formed in Nashville
    $1600 13
This small glass container can begin with "v" or with "ph"
    $1600 20
He wrote a critique of prison life, "The Ballad of Reading Gaol", after spending time in the prison; it was his last published work
    $1600 3
Barcelona is Spain's second-largest city & has about a fifth of the population of this region it's in
    $2000 23
In the wake of WWI, it was organized as a bureau; then it was an administration & in 1989 got a new name & cabinet status
    $2000 8
Senator Arthur Vandenberg wrote, "For any realist" Pearl Harbor ended this policy of avoiding foreign entanglements
    $2000 12
Ufologists took notice of Nicki Minaj's song about these title objects that were "meant to fly"
    $2000 22
From the Latin for "box", it's an underground reservoir for collecting rainwater
    $2000 21
The title gem in this Wilkie Collins novel was originally stolen from an Indian shrine
    $2000 4
At one time a major Byzantine city, Split is today the second-largest city in this country that split from Yugoslavia in 1991

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jong Ho Will Katie
$11,200 $13,170 $11,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN HISTORY
Once Europe's leading military power & later the largest state in Germany, it was abolished by the Allies in 1947

Final scores:

Jong Ho Will Katie
$19,200 $23,201 $799
2nd place: $10,000 Finalist 3rd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jong Ho Will Katie
$12,200 $16,200 $11,600
18 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $40,000

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